4 Letter Words – Poem for Hope

After reading the poem below, answer these questions:

  1.  After reading this poem, it makes me think about …
  2. This poem gives me hope because…
  3. Something that I like about this poem is …
  4. I relate to this poem because …
  5. I don’t relate to this poem because …
  6. My favorite line in this poem is … “__________________” because …

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Fear, that four letter word that never let me say what I want to say.

       

Fear, that four letter word that doesn’t let me be who I want to be.

      

Fear, that four letter word that nobody wants to experience.

   
Fear, that four letter word that crushes everyone’s dreams.

      

Fear, that four letter word that breaks even the strongest people.

     

Fear, that four letter word that everyone is afraid to tell someone.

       

Give, that four letter word that makes you feel warm inside.

     

Give, that four letter word that makes everyone smile.

    

Give, that four letter word that everyone tries their hardest to do.

     

Give, that four letter word that can give anyone hope.

     

Give, that four letter word that can make the loneliest people smile.

     

Hope, that four letter word in which you never know what tomorrow will bring.

     

Hope, that four letter word that can pull you from darkness and despair.

      

Hope, that four letter word that sees the invisible, feels the intangible, and achieves the impossible.

      

Hope, that four letter word that whispers to you, “Maybe,” while the whole world shouts out, “No!”

      

Hope, that four letter word that allows yourself to believe, and to trust again. Don’t let a few bad memories stop you from a good life!

      

Hope, that four letter word that spreads around the world, brightens things…even hate, and which breeds light even in dark corridors.

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